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Name: Melissa 1/20/2003
Email: melissaunicornREMOVETHIS@softhome.net
Hamepage: ki-lin.net
URL: http://www.ki-lin.net
Airtit bi: A Sairch Ingine.
Airt: GA

It's very interesting to be readen this, as it is the root I trowe 
of  what we in the south US originally spak. Thanks Y'all fur 
pittin this on this here web! I'm fixen on learnin some of it.


Name: James Shepherd 1/19/2003
Email: fjs_100@hotmail.com
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt: Best website on Scots

Hello:

I have tried to view all the websites available on Scots, and 
this one, www.scots-online.org, seems to be the best I have 
found so far. It's very informative and educational.

Finding Scots is like finding a long lost relative. I was told that 
French was the closest language to English -- I can't help but 
chuckle a lot over this now.

I'm from Canada, and I'm very pleased to discover this 
website, and I'm even more pleased to know that English 
does have a sister language.

Regards,
James


Name: Alison 1/19/2003
Email: alison_945@msm.com.co.uk
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: A Freend.
Airt:

I'm in exile here in England and it's braw tae see fowk using a 
language I unerstan fur a change! I'm aye gettin the proverbial 
teken oot o me doon here!


Name: mick 1/17/2003
Email: theflyinggolfer@eircom.net
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt:

before the english was the celts, we islanders spoke gaelic. 
Gaelic speakers can still understand native scots speakers 
to a degree (gaelic) and those from Brittany in France ( 
Brittane/Gaelic)
Lets get back to our real roots in gaelic, surely it is easier to 
start a new religion than invent a new lingo!

Stop shaming the real Ulster Scots

Sine e agcoir an nomeid

mick

Wabmaister's Comment: I think somebody's getting a few things 
confused here. Scots is not the same as Scottish Gaelic. It is highly 
unlikely that Breton and Gaelic are mutually intelligible. And once again, 
if the language is invented I would like to know by whom and when so I 
can add this interesting information to my website.

What are "Real Ulster Scots"?


Name: john mc donnell 1/16/2003
Email: johnmcd2001@aol.com
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt: luckin fair a merket fair mae wee stories o ulster.

am tryin tae get mae wee stouries o ulster life in the ould 
daes published. oney merket in yer ain country?


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